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Music and movement celebrated at Dereham Neatherd’s dance show

PUBLISHED: 14:30 27 March 2017 | UPDATED: 14:30 27 March 2017

Performers from Dereham Neatherd High School at their dance show Dynamic.  Pictures: Michael Lyons

Performers from Dereham Neatherd High School at their dance show Dynamic. Pictures: Michael Lyons

Michael Lyons

From a comedy dance routine from two boys in luminous tutus to those of competition standard there was something for everyone at Neatherd High School’s dance show.

Appropriately called Dynamic the Dereham high school students were also joined by Hockering Primary School, Scarning Primary School and Downham Market Academy at the Memorial Hall to perform their outstanding dance work from the past academic year.

Highlights were the GCSE Dance performances and routines from the competition team Obsidian.

There was also a number of solos performed and one audience member said: “It was so lovely being able to see such confident performers dancing on their own under those lights. Truly inspirational.”

The evening was a huge success and both the performers and the audience had a wonderful evening full of movement, music and smiles.

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